The Polynesian Cultural Centre in O’ahu is a living museum and natural theme park. It's one of the best places to immerse yourself in Polynesian culture and features interactive performances that showcase the traditions of Hawaii, Fiji, Samoa, and Tonga tribes. Here, you can watch the traditional haka warrior dance or learn how to fish without a net.
This National Park in Maui features subtropical rainforests amidst vast, arid volcanic landscapes. Here, peaks and craters rise out of the ground with vivid streaks of red, green and blue, creating an alien-like world. Explore the park by hiking calderas, wandering to the base of thundering waterfalls or sitting on the beach where you may spot dolphins or humpback whales.
Set sail from Lanai on a 50-foot catamaran and explore the shimmering waters of the Pacific Ocean. Discover secluded bays and hidden coves, stop to snorkel the deep blue ocean or keep watch for humpback whales as they surface to breathe. Sit back and relax with a glass of champagne in hand and watch a dramatic, vivid sunset.
Nicknamed the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon in the western part of Kauai island is as impressive as its nickname suggests. Explore breathtaking hiking trails that lead to panoramic vistas with views of multi-coloured cliffs or to cascading waterfalls that cast rainbows over the rugged landscape. Waimea Canyon State Park is an awe-inspiring place and a must-see attraction.
Journey to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where you can explore active volcanoes on a guided tour. Your tour will take you on a trek past smoking craters, volcanic deserts and rainforests. You can watch the lava bubble and burst from a safe distance and learn more about the region from knowledgeable park rangers. This is one of Hawaii's best attractions.